Teachers often approach Federal Rules of Evidence 412 and 415 with trepidation. After all, it means that a law teacher will have to talk about sex, with a group (often a large group) of law students - many of whom are in their early twenties and have never had a non-peer conversation about sex. It looks like a recipe for disaster. Let me suggest just the opposite - it offers the law teacher an opportunity to address perhaps one of the most important lessons of law school: the law only works if there is a level playing field.
21 Quinnipiac L. Rev. 927-932 (2003)
Scholarly Commons Citation
Aiken, Jane H., "Leveling the Playing Field: Federal Rules of Evidence 412 & 415: Evidence Class as a Platform for Larger (More Important) Lessons" (2003). Georgetown Law Faculty Publications and Other Works. Paper 302.